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John Hampden Grammar School hailed its latest crop of year 11 pupils its “best ever” after 60% of boys scored A*/As, with 70% securing at least 5 A* grades.
At Beaconsfield High School (grammar) more than 40% of all ‘A’ level students achieved grades of A* and A.For more information on the stunning Millgate development at Alderbourne Place, Gerrards Cross where town houses are priced from £930,000 and detached 5 bedroom properties from £2,100,000, contact the sales team 01 or visit to take a video tour.The unitary authority was formed in 1998 when the City of Rochester-upon-Medway amalgamated with Gillingham Borough Council and part of Kent County Council to form Medway Council, a unitary authority independent of Kent County Council.It is also the home of Universities at Medway, a tri-partite collaboration of the University of Greenwich, the University of Kent and Canterbury Christ Church University on a single campus in Chatham, together with the University for the Creative Arts, which has a campus in Rochester.The Medway area has a long and varied history dominated originally by the city of Rochester and later by the naval and military establishments principally in Chatham and Gillingham.98% gained 8 or more grades at A*-C including English and Mathematics and 72.62% of all grades were A* or A.
With results like this it is not surprising that Gerrards Cross in Buckinghamshire remains a hot spot with parents keen to ensure that their children can benefit from such a remarkable education.
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The first cathedral was built by Bishop Justus in 604 and rebuilt under the Normans by Bishop Gundulf, who also built the castle that stands opposite the cathedral.
Rochester was also an important point for people travelling the Pilgrims' Way, which stretches from Winchester to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury. In Rochester, parts of the Roman city wall are still in evidence, and the city has many fine buildings, such as the Guildhall (today a museum), which was built in 1687 and is among the finest 17th-century civic buildings in Kent; the Corn Exchange, built in 1698, originally the Butcher's Market; the small Tudor house of Watts Charity endowed by Sir Richard Watts to house "six poor travelers" for one night each; Satis House and Old Hall, both visited by Queen Elizabeth I, built in 1573.
Cuxton, Halling and Wouldham are in the Medway Gap region to the south of Rochester and Strood.